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The future of work in the post-pandemic world is still murky in Arkansas and across the nation as employers adjust to the realities of the workplace.
Results from a Phase 3 clinical trial enrolling 29,960 adult volunteers in the United States and Mexico show that the investigational vaccine known as NVX-CoV2373 demonstrated 90.4% efficacy in preventing symptomatic COVID-19 disease, the National Institute of Health announced on Monday (June 14).
Although employers are excited about the economy reopening and getting back to work after Gov. Asa Hutchinson ended the state’s public health emergency on May 30, many are still having difficulty finding workers to fill key jobs and adapting to the new, non-virtual workplace.
The Green Book was a guide used by African American travelers to find businesses that would be welcoming to them during the volatile Jim Crow era of segregation.
While local mills in South Arkansas are now humming with activity as lumber prices have touched historic highs in recent weeks, home builders nationwide are sounding the alarm that rising costs threaten to cool the hot housing marke
As consumers face across-the-board price inflation on everything from gas and lumber prices to higher rental car and storage fees, a new Federal Reserve report says many households are piling on more debt but wisely cutting credit card spending.
As the U.S. Small Business Administration’s centerpiece Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) quietly sunsets during the Memorial Day weekend, the Biden administration is now shifting operations to focus on small business owners still struggling from the affects of the pandemic as the economy fully reopens.
Following a recent federal ruling that struck down the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) nationwide COVID-19 eviction ban, the Arkansas Human Services is offering new pandemic assistance just in time to those behind on their rent or utilities.
As the nation looks ahead to the traditional start of the summer vacation season this Memorial Day weekend, millions of Americans are planning to take to the roads and the friendly skies after a long year of isolation and social distancing.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson said during a press conference in Memphis on Tuesday that state highway officials in Arkansas and Tennessee will move as swiftly but as safely as possible to repair the Interstate 40 bridge that was shut down nearly two weeks ago.
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